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1 Name of Project (in Thai): ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรม ฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 Name of Project (in English): E-Learning for database systems MS-Access 2010 Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao... This project is accepted by the Business Computer Department, Attawit Commercial Technology College in partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for Certificate of Higher Vocational,Major in Business Computer.... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin) Advisor... (Ajarn Thitirat Nayyapat) Co-Advisor... (Ajarn Ditprapod Suwanasart) Head of Business Computer Department A

2 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College June 28, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #1 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week1 as following: 1.Proposed topic documentation project, Chapter 1. Please kindly check and approve. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

3 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College July 2, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #2 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week2 as following: 1.Proposed topic documentation project, Chapter 1. and Edit Chapter 1. Please kindly check and approve. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

4 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College July 11, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #3 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week3 as following:1.proposed topic documentation project, Edit Chapter1. Due to wrong destination. Please kindly check and approve. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

5 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College July 18, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #4 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week4 as following:1.proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 1 was revised and is in the process of documentation, chapter 2. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

6 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College July 23, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #5 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week5 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 1 was revised and is in the process of documentation, chapter 2.Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

7 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College July 31, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #6 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week6 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 2. Chapter 2 has been corrected. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

8 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College August 6, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #7 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week7 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 2. Chapter 2 has been corrected already. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

9 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College August 14, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #8 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week8 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 3. Have been prepared successfully. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

10 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College August 20, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #9 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week9 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 3. Chapter 3 has been edit already. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

11 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College August 29, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #10 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week10 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 3. Chapter 3 and begin to make a Power Point. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

12 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College September 3, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #11 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week11 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 1,2 and 3 were prepared Power Point. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

13 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College September 11, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #12 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week12 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 1,2 and 3 were prepared Powerpoint. Chapter 3, and edit documents. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

14 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College September 16, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #13 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week13 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 3 documents the flow charts, modify text. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Ohmar Thwin)

15 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College September 26, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #14 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week14 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 3 documents the flow charts, modify text. Lines is not clear. Picture does not scale. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

16 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College October 16, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #15 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week15 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter 3 documents the image does not scale. Font size not equal. Form does not match the paper. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

17 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College November 4, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #16 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week16 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapter two documents is not the size editing images. Font size not equal. Form does not match the paper. The color of the picture is not clear. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

18 Progressive Report of Project ATC.04 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College November 12, 2013 Subject: Progressive Report #17 To: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin (The advisor of the Project) Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 We would like to submit our progressive report regarding Project for the week17 as following: 1.Proposed Documentation Project Title Chapters 2 and 3, Picture Editing documents is not the size. Font size not equal. Form does not match the paper. The color of the picture is not clear. Storyboard malformed. Please check and approval. Signature... Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader... I have checked already. Signature... (Ajarn Thanawut Wichai)

19 Biography Miss Siriporn Tongpratum (Cat) was born on 9 July 1993, Finished vocational education from Attawit Commercial College And now studying in higher vocational school, English Program, Major in Business Computing at Attawit Commercial College, Home address : 162/24 M.8, Samrongtai, Phrapadaeng, Samutprakarn, Telephone no : address : Miss.Rungporn Kanagern (Pueng) was born on 4 April 1993, Finished vocational education from Attawit Commercial College And now studying in higher vocational school, English Program, Major in Business Computing at Attawit Commercial College, Home address : 60 M.4 Tambon Ban Mai, Muang, Samutprakarn, Telephone no : address : Miss.Sukanya Lampao (Look-nam) was born on 11 February 1993, Finished vocational education from Attawit Commercial College And now studying in higher vocational school, English Program, Major in Business Computing at Attawit Commercial College, Home address : 810/23 M.6 Soi5 Praeksa,Mueng Samutprakarn,. Telephone no : address : 88

20 บทท 1 บทนา 1.1 ภ ม หล งและความเป นมา งานในองค การไม ว าจะเป นองค การขนาดเล ก ขนาดกลาง หร อขนาดใหญ ต างก ต องม ข อม ล ของการท างาน หร อข อม ลทางธ รก จในล กษณะต าง ๆ ซ งข อม ลเหล าน นอาจม ท งข อม ลพน กงาน ข อม ลล กค าข อม ลท เป นความล บทางธ รก จ เป นต นนอกจากน นข อม ลขององค การด งกล าวย งอาจม ความสาค ญมากน อยต างก นม ผ ใช ข อม ลเฉพาะกล ม หร อท กกล มได ตามความจ าเป นและตามล าด บ ช นความล บส งส าค ญค อ ข อม ลขององค การหน งย อมม ความเก ยวข องก นและควรท จะน ามารวมไว ใน ฐานข อม ล (Database) ม คาอธ บายความหมายของ ฐานข อม ล อย มากมายหลายคามหมาย ต วอย างเช นฐานข อม ล อาจถ อได ว าเป นต เก บเอกสารอ เล กทรอน คส ชน ดหน ง เช น เป นท รวมหร อเป นท บรรจ แฟ มข อม ล คอมพ วเตอร ช ดหน ง เป นต น (A database can be regarded as a kind of electronic filing cabinet) ฐานข อม ลเป นช ดของข อม ลท คงทน (Persistent Data) ซ งถ กเร ยกใช โดยระบบโปรแกรมของก จการ ใดก จการหน ง (A database is a collection of persistent data that is used by the application systems of some given enterprise.) ข อม ลจะคงทนอย ในฐานข อม ลเพราะเม อระบบจ ดการฐานข อม ลร บ ข อม ลน นเข าส ฐานข อม ลแล วใครจะขจ ดหร อเอาข อม ลออกไปจากฐานข อม ลได ต องม การร องขอต อ ระบบจ ดการฐานข อม ลเท าน นต วอย างข อม ลท คงทนในฐานข อม ล Microsoft Access 2010 เน นความเร ยบง าย โดยมาพร อมก บแม แบบพร อมใช ท ค ณสามารถ นาไปใช ได ท นท อ กท งย งม เคร องม อท ม ประส ทธ ภาพท สามารถจ ดการงานได เสมอแม ว าข อม ลจะม ปร มาณมากข นก ตามAccess 2010 ช วยให ค ณใช ประโยชน จากข อม ลได ส งส ด แม ค ณจะไม ใช ผ เช ยวชาญด านฐานข อม ลก ตาม นอกจากน Access ย งม ฐานข อม ลเว บซ งเป นค ณล กษณะใหม ท ช วย ให การใช ข อม ลม ประส ทธ ภาพย งข น ทาให สามารถต ดตามข อม ล รายงาน และใช ข อม ลร วมก บ ผ อ นได ง ายข น ค ณจะสามารถเข าถ งข อม ลของค ณได ง ายพอๆ ก บการเร ยกใช เว บเบราว เซอร ท ใช เป นประจา 4

21 ว ตถ ประสงค ของโครงการ 1. เพ อศ กษาเก ยวก บการใช งานอ นเทอร เน ตของว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล 2. เพ อให คนไทยได ร จ กการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ลมากข น 3. เพ อพ ฒนาเว บไซต ส อการเร ยนการสอนว ชาการพ ฒนาเว บเพจผ านทางอ นเทอร เน ต 4. เพ อสร างบทเร ยนออนไลน พร อมข อสอบก อนเร ยนและหล งเร ยนออนไลน ผ านระบบ อ นเทอร เน ต 5. เพ อประโยชน ทางด านการศ กษา 1.2 ขอบเขตการศ กษา 1. ออกแบบตกแต งเว บไซต ให สวยงาม น าสนใจ 2. ผ เร ยนสามารถทาแบบทดสอบก อนหร อหล งเร ยนได 3. สามารถสม ครสมาช กในการทาแบบทดสอบได 4. สามารถแสดงคะแนนทางการแบบทดสอบได 1.3 ประโยชน ท คาดว าจะได ร บ 1. สามารถนาความร ท ได จากการทาส อการเร ยนการสอนไปใช ปร บปร งใช ในช ว ตประจ า และอนาคตได 2. ได ร จานาไปใช ประโยชน ในช ว ตประจาว น 3. ได ใช อ นเทอร เน ตเป นส อการเร ยนการสอน 4. ได ร บความร เก ยวก บการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ลมากย งข น 4

22 1.4 แผนการดาเน นงาน (Gantt Chart) รายการ เ ส น อ ห ว ข อ โครงการ รอบท 1 (บทท 1) ประกาศผลห วข อ โครงการ รอบท 1 เ ส น อ ห ว ข อ โครงการ รอบท 2( บทท 1) ประกาศผลห วข อ โครงการ รอบท 2 ม ถ นายน 56 กรกฎาคม 56 ส งหาคม 56 ก นยายน หมายเหต ม ถ นายน ม ถ นายน ม ถ นายน ม ถ นายน 56 ส งบทท ก.ค. 56 ส งบทท 3 15 ก.ค.-15 ส.ค56 ส อ บ ห ว ข อ โครงการ รายการ ส ง ค ว า ม ค บ ห น า 20% ส ง ค ว า ม ค บ ห น า 50% ส ง ค ว า ม ค บ ห น า 80% ส อ บ โ ป ร แ ก ร ม ระด บ ปวส.2 / EP พฤศจ กายน 56 ธ นวาคม 56 มกราคม 57 ก มภาพ นธ ส งหาคม 56 หมายเหต 4-8 พฤศจ กายน พฤศจ กายน พฤศจ กายน พฤศจ กายน 56 ส งบทท ธ นวาคม 56 ส งบทท มกราคม 57 ส งร ปเล ม ซ ด และ ค าเข าเล ม 27 ม.ค.-14ก.พ.57 ตารางท 1.1 แผนการดาเน นงาน (Gantt Chart) 4

23 1.5 เคร องม อท ใช 1. โปรแกรม Adobe Photoshop CS3ในการออกแบบ Banner ของเว บไซต 2. โปรแกรม PhotoScape ใช ตกแต งภาพประกอบเน อหาท จะนามาลงเว บไซต 3. โปรแกรม Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 ใช ออกแบบเว บไซต และตกแต ง 1.6 งบประมาณการดาเน นงาน ลาด บ รายการ จานวน ราคา 1. ค าปร นท งานประมาณ 3 ร ม 900 บาท 2. ค าเข าเล ม 1 เล ม 150 บาท 3. ค าหม กส + ขาวดา 4 ตล บ 1,600 บาท รวมเป นเง น 2,650 บาท ตารางท 1.2 งบประมาณการดาเน นงาน 4

24 Chapter 4 E-Learning for database and systems MS-Access Tools and Equipment used 1. Notebook Dell 2. Mouse 3. Computer PC 4. Printer 5. Keyboard 6. Monitor 4.2 The Programs used in the Development 1. Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 used for designing Web sites. 2. Appserv used for crating the database. 3. Adobe Photoshop CS3 used for decorating the pictures and design. 4. Notepad used for writing text commands. 4.3 Installation of the program system Fig 4.1 Double-click the red circled file to install AppServ

25 Fig 4.2 Install AppServ Fig 4.3 License Agreement 64

26 Fig 4.4 Selecting location for AppServ Fig 4.5 The program is installed 65

27 Fig 4.6 Setting Server Fig 4.7 Set the MySQL database passwor 66

28 Fig 4.8 AppServ installation has been completed Fig 4.9 Click start and select My Compute 67

29 Fig 4.10 Select drive H (Flash Drive) Fig 4.11 Copy file E-learning for E-Learning for Database management form Flash Drive 68

30 Fig 4.12 Open drive C select AppServ www copy the project file Fig 4.13 Input to website 2010/Templates/index.dwt.php 69

31 4.4 The Steps to Use the System Fig 4.14 Index Page Fig 4.15 Register Page 70

32 Fig 4.16 Home/ Login page Fig 4.17 Page of Lesson1 71

33 Fig 4.18 Page of Lesson2 Fig 4.19 Page of Lesson3 72

34 Fig 4.20Lesson4 page Fig 4.21Lesson5 page 73

35 Fig 4.22Lesson6 page Fig 4.23Lesson7 page 74

36 Fig 4.24Lesson8 page Fig 4.25Lesson9 page 75

37 Fig 4.26 Lesson10 page Fig 4.27 Lesson11 page 76

38 Fig 4.28 Page of Post-Test (Question) Fig 4.29 Page of Post-Test (Answer) 77

39 Fig 4.30 Contact Us page 78

40 5.1 Summary of the Project Chapter 5 Summary of the project 1.This project will improve the skills of people who want to learn English. 2. Users need to register to get access to the system. 3. Users can learn the Access 2010 from this web site 4. Users can make the test to evaluate their skill 5. This system has been developed by using Dreamweaver 8, Photoshop CS3, and PhPMyadmin 5.2 Problems and difficulties during developing the System 1. The problems in using of PHP in developing the system. 2. Difficult to arrange the time to do the project. 3. The background design is not so clear and not related to the contents. 4. The web design is not very beautiful. 79

41 5.3 Actual Time Schedule Description Proposed project topic and Chapter1 Edited project topic and Chapter1 Re submitted the edited project topic and Chapter1 Got approve the topic and chapter1 June 13 July 13 August 13 September Remark June June June June 13 Submitted Chapter July 13 Submit Chapter 3 15 July 15 August 13 Mid-Way Presentation 31 August 13 Description November 13 December 13 January 14 February Remark Sent 20% progress 4-8 November 13 Sent 50% progress November 13 Sent 80% progress November 13 Final Presentation Submitted Chapter December 13 Submitted Chapter January 14 Submitted the project book Table 5.1 Actual Time Schedule 27 January 14 February 14 Period of operation Period of actual operation 80

42 5.4 Actual Budget No. List Quantity Price 1 A4 paper value Value ink print Staples values CD 3 40 Total 1,190 Table 5.2 Actual budget to complete the project 81

43 Chapter1 Introduction 1.1Background Information Jobs in the organization, whether it is a small or medium or large enterprise, there must have a data storage system which can keep the confidential information about work, business, employee and customer etc. Therefore, the group members has decided to develop the E-learning System to teach the Microsoft Access Windows 10. Contains the description of the meaning of" databases " contained many against the database, for example, may be regarded as a kind of electronic document storage cabinets, such asit is, or as a set of computer files containing data, etc. (A database can be regarded as a kind of electronic filing cabinet) database is a collection of high quality data (Persistent Data), which is run by the system in any one of the parties of the business program. (A collection of persistent data is a database that is used by the application of some given enterprise systems.) data will remain in the database because the database management system to get that information into the database and who would eliminate or remove data from a database must contain a request to database management systems, for example, the information may only remain in thedatabase Microsoft Access 2010 emphasizes simplicity by comes with ready-to-use templates that you can put to use immediately. There are also a powerful tool that can manage the job has always been, even if the data is more, Access Allows you to take advantage of the information. Even if you are not a database expert. In addition, Access to a Web-based database, which is a new feature that allows more efficient data usage. Makes it possible to track, report, and share information with others. You will be able to access your data as easy as running a Web browser that is used on a regular basis 1

44 1.2 Objective 1. To learn about the academic programs database. 2. In order to meet Thai people to use a database program. 3. To develop a Web site for teaching and learning Media Development about Microsoft Access Windows To create online lessons with tests before and after the study through the Internet. 5. To use the advance computer technology in education area. 1.3 The Scope of the study 1. Design and decorate the beautiful web site to get the users interest. 2. The users can do the tests before or after the lessons. 3. The users can subscribe it in order to perform the test. 4. The system can display the test score. 1.4 Expected Results 1. Be able to apply the knowledge of data before teaching and learning to improve the life style. 2. The users can do the tests before or after the lessons. 3. The users can subscribe it in order to perform the test. 4. The system can display the test score. 2

45 1.5 Time schedule for completing project Description Proposed project topic and Chapter1 Edit project topic and Chapter1 Re submit the edited project topic and Chapter1 Get approve the topic and chapter1 June 13 July 13 August 13 September Remark June June June June 13 Submit Chapter July 12 Submit Chapter 3 15 July 15 August 13 Mid-Way Presentation Description November 13 December 13 January 14 February September 13 Remark Send 20% progress 4-8November 13 Send 50% progress Send 80% progress November November Final Presentation 26 November 13 Submit Chapter December 13 Submit Chapter January 14 Submit the project book Table 1.1 Time Schedule for completing Project January - 14 February 14 3

46 1.6 Tools 1. Use the program Adobe Photoshop CS3 to design Banner of the website. 2. Use the program Photo Scape to decorate the illustration of the contents of the website. 3. Use the program Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 to develop the designed and decorated website. 1.7 Budget No List Unit Price 1. The print job is approximately 3 stream 900 baht 2. Binding values 1 book 150 baht 3. Black and white color values 4 cartridges 1,600 baht Total Expeuser 2,650 baht Table1.2 Budget 4

47 Chapter 2 Systems and theories 2.1 The Current System start Specific criteria (Topic of the project) and press search No Search Yes Show project Able to edit The Project Save Stop Fig 2.1 Flow Chart Current System 5

48 2.2System ofteachingthrough the site E-learning is a teaching website for the users to study through the Internet in education. Developing colorful attractive website of teaching database program MS-Access 2010 will get a benefit of users interest. 2.3 Teaching System through the Web sitemajor use of database programms-access 2010 Website design principles E-learning or E-learning is a teaching site for the study of Internet in education, so each may require a long period of time to study. Like reading a book. But the book is read from a computer screen instead. If the website material is made of colorful fresh eyes too. May impair vision health study, so long as the teaching media sites. "Management Information System" website, it will look as follows. Is a website that focuses on simplicity (Simplicity) Simplicity is the main focus of the communication features added content to the user by limiting the presentation to include only what is necessary. Website consistency. (Consistency) is the same format throughout the site. The user will feel that the site is a virtual real location. If the appearance of each page on the same site that is very different. Users will be confused and not sure what was in the original or not. The layout of the page. Style of graphics. Navigation systems. The colors used should be similar throughout the site. The navigation system is easy to use. (User-Friendly Navigation) navigation system is a very important component of the site. Designed to be simple to use and easy to use. Using meaningful graphics with clear explanations. Including the form and order of uniform items. Looks interesting (Visual Appeal) is difficult to judge whether or not the look of the site interesting. However, due to the preference of each individual feature of the site is associated with the quality of the various components. Use unlimited. (Compatibility) should design a website, most users access the most. Without forcing the user to install any additional programs or browser to use a specific type of content they can access. Can be used on all operating systems up to t different screen resolutions without problems. Sites with useful content (Useful Content) that is considered the most important content on the site. Therefore, the site should provide content and information. The user needs to provide 6

49 accurate and complete. With more timely updates and always. Content is the most important. Content created by a team of your own and others unique to the Web because it is something that appeals to the user. Website regularly. The use of color in different ways to the site. Usually, we use the time we have Photoshop or illustration New Project notably with regard to the Color mode is here, it refers to the color mode. But usually we do not do it much because the.it is usually set to RGB at all times, we do not pay attention to it. We just know that it is RGB and Grayscale color is black and white only. 1. Bitmap is a standard file format for the work of the original pigment, a small number of files are high resolution. The disadvantage is that the files are large. Not suitable to be used as they. Bmp them. 2. CMYK for print work, a principle which is the standard color printing Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, Black said that the resolution would be better suited for the RGB posters. But color is not displayed on Web pages. The primary colors are red, blue and yellow. 3. RGB used for the display screen. Monitor prevail. Light consists of three primary colors Red Green Blue, including a display, it is very clear it. 4. Grayscale color mode, this is normal. If using this mode. Our task is no color at all. Black and white, which is chasing the light intensity of the product. Perspective of Color Highlighted by the range of colors is the Proximity of objects in the image. Usually there will be light clear close-ups. However remote the light and shadows will fade. Like the Sierra. 7

50 Fig. 2.2 The range of color images The object size This way, we may use a cartoon character or a subject at large. For approximately 50% of the image so that the objects are up. We will focus on the image of the cartoon. Fig. 2.3 A clear image Web page design In the design of the site consists of many different processes, such as structural design, look and feel or programming. But many people develop the site. By lack of planning and work, not a system, for example, embarked on a program designed to help create. Content and form, it is to be recalled at that time. And when it was launched it look good. The Web aims and approaches of uncertainty. The result is rather risk failure. Target of the website The first step of the website design. The target is to clear the site before. Be designed to meet the goals that have been set out. Are generally understood that the website aims to provide information to the agency or organization. But, in fact. Each site will have different goals away. 8

51 The target user Web designers need to know the target user with access to the site. In order to meet the needs of users explicitly. For example, a site with user groups, such as portals, search engines and web directories. However, most sites will cater to a specific group. Not for everyone. Because you can not meet the needs of various people in the same site. Page Design Web page is the first thing users will see the launch sites. It also is the first to show the effectiveness of website design as well. Pages, so it is very important. Because it is amedium the audience can take advantage of the information system of the site. Typically web pages are composed of character image color navigation system length. And other elements to help convey the meaning of the content and facilities to use. The key is to design a web page. The use of images and different elements together to convey meaning. About the content or nature of the site. The goal is to convey a clear and interesting. On the basis of simplicity and ease of use. Principles of design in the logo. Logo What is the first thing we must understand is. The main purpose of a logo is? That is, we made a logo for. 1. Makes people easy to recognize. Can know immediately that this is a brand logo. 2. Increase confidence in the brand. 3. Increase Loyalty of the brand. 4. Conveys professionalism. All logos are the components of a Shape, color use, font or different to reflect the unique personality of each brand. Or company. We should be designed to differentiate the brand. Or other companies in the same market and have concluded that the logo is in the front of your card. Who you are! 9

52 Fig. 2.4 Sample logo Program Dreamweaver Dreamweaver is an application for creating virtual home without having to write HTML or the technical term is called "WYSIWYG". We can use a virtual screen of the web page in Dreamweaver it. Using the tools that are to be as shown in the figure below. Fig. 2.5The Various Tools 10

53 Describes the various tools. 1. Document window. Is used to display Web pages that are creating. The display has both a Code and a virtual display on a web browser or can be displayed simultaneously. And used in the correct font. Web page with images. Using the different tools. Are shown in Fig. 2. Insert Bar Fig. 2.6The Various Tools Contains commands. Subdivided as follows. 1.Common in this area will include frequently used tools such as a table, or a link to a web page. 2. Layout tool bar is on display div, table and frame for the creation of Web page layout. 3.Forms this region contains the commands used to create the form, such as radio, check box etc. 4.Data is the input for Dynamic Website using data base management system is used to develop a web application on such a system, web board, member system. 5. Spry dreamweaver a new band that many will love. Because the tools included javascript with HTML, CSS together make the site more attractive. 6.Text This is a tool that handles all characters. Such as special symbols. 7.Favorites This bar can be added. Tools themselves. By right-clicking. For those who want to keep the tools frequently used in this 11

54 Property Inspector Fig. 2.7The Property inspector A property inspector toolbar to change the object that we like. If the address is a qualified property inspector about it, such as size, shape, image name, image link if the tables. It is a feature of the table, such as table size, number of rows and columns of a table, etc. Program Appserv. AppServ Open Source Software is a program that combines many gathered together, with the main Package. - Apache. - PHP. - MySQL. - PhpMyAdmin. Appserv Each version is not. The version of the software package within the vary. We can install one Appserv but can be programmed to come all at one time and also set up various config to complete. By default, all programs are installed, it is available immediately. One option is to use the quick reply. Appserv the Office suite installed to use language in a test or development system software development or web site normally use. The program also serves as installed using Apache Web Server is a virtual model on the Internet. Use language. Can not we use PHP to be able to use language PHP and the Web Server, we use MySQL as the Database Server to allow a script to support the build or the Database, we use phpmyadmin to Help us create. Database applications easier. 12

55 The program comes with Appserv This enables us to use language PHP, HTML or other languages. Which can be used for example, can be used to write programs that require use on Web Server or a simple website. The website is used by the Database etc. Programming PHP My Admin. PHP My Admin is a program that was developed using the PHP language to My SQL database management instead of the command key. Because if we were to use the My SQL database, sometimes it is more difficult and cumbersome to use. Therefore, it provides tools to manage the My SQL database to handle the My SQL DBMS is easier and more convenient with PHP My Admin is a management tool in itself. PHP My Admin interface is generated by PHP. My SQL database using a web browser. The ability to create new database. TABLE or created new function and also used for testing the SQL query language information together, it is possible to insert delete update or even use the same commands as the SQL language to create a data table. PHP My Admin is a type My SQL Client one used to manage My SQL via a web browser directly PHP My Admin, this is running on a Web server, a PHP Application to manage My SQL Server capabilities of PHP My Admin. 1. create and delete Database. 2. Creating and Managing Table such as insert record, delete record, edit record, delete Table, edit field. 3. Loaded into a text file for storing the data in a table. 4. Looking result (Query) with the SQL. 13

56 2.4 Analysis of the Requirements for the New System. 1. Design the SystemUser Interface. User Interface represents the interface between the users of the system tocater for the import data or commands into the system, as well as thepresentation of the information back to the user Principles of Web design What website design appropriate for the target group of users and features of the Web site. Ease of use. The elements of design, regardless of the Web site. 1. Simplicity: simple format. Simple and convenient. There are no animated graphics or characters at all times. The type and color of the font is not too busy,. 2. Onsistency: the same format is used throughout the Web site, such as the format of the graphic style of the page. The system nature gate villas and tone should be similar throughout the Web site. 3. The unique capabilities Website design should take into consideration the Organization's property because of the format of the Web site will reflect the unique and characteristic of the Organization, for example, if a Web site of the Government will be required to show reliability, unlike parks, etc. 4. Useful content, content is the most important thing in the Web site. Provide content and information that the user needs to be correct and complete. There are more updates, and keep up to date events, content, should not duplicate other websites in order to attract attention. 5.The international system of units, that is easy to use. Must be designed to be user friendly and convenient use. Use meaningful graphics together with a clear description. The format and order of items such as viruses. Same position of every page. 6. An interesting style. The look of your Web site will need to have a relationship with the quality of the elements, such as the quality of the graphics to be complete. The use of the color using the font is easy to read comfortably. The use of neutral tones. Look at the interesting, based on your individual preferences. 14

57 7. Unlimited usage Most users can access. Select any type of browser used to access the content can be displayed anywhere on the operating system and screen resolution are different, there are no problems, it features a lot of khat users who have. 8. Quality in design. Design and arrange the content carefully. Create a feel that the website is accurate and reliable quality. 9. The system is correct. The use of a form for filling must be filled in. Actually works The links must link to the page exists and is correct. The system works on the Web site, there must be certainty and act properly. The basis for a good Web site design. - There is useful content to meet users ' needs. - With additional updates, content, and Web site development. - Take the time to download less Display speed Easy to understand, easy to use. Considerations on the design screen 1. Interest of the content should be the main points of thedesign should be dedicated areas on the Web site to the content at least half, or nearly80 percent more than for navigation should be in proportion to less than20 percent. 2. White space makes people understand the content categories. Leading people and wasting time downloading less than compared to using a divider line. 3. General principles ofdesigning user interface is used, a small design element, so that the page is simple and takes less time to download. 2. System Design Data Base Database ( database) is a database managed to access, manage, and update easily. Types of databases that are more relational database, which the database stores data in the form of a table, youcan manage and access in a variety of ways distributed database is a database that can spread and replicate between different points on the network database programming objectoriented refers to information that is defined in the op Jake classand subclass a good database design. Divide your information into separate tables by subject, to reduce duplication of data. Enter the required data intoaccess to include the data in the tables together. 15

58 Support and ensure the accuracy and integrity of your data. Responding to the needs in data processing and reporting. The design process. -Define the purpose of your database -To do this, you will be preparing for the next stage in the procedure. -Find and organize the information you need. -Gather the information of all kinds that you might want to save it in the database, such as the product name and purchase order number. -Split data into multiple tables. -Divide your list into groups or main subject b something of a product or the purchase order, and then each subject will be made into a table. -Make a list of the data into columns. -Decide what information you want to store in each table, each entry will become a field and displayed as a column in a table, for example, an Employees table might have fields such as last name and hire date. -Specifies the primary keyselect the primary key of each table A primary key is a column that is used to identify each row uniquely. For example, the product number or ID order. -Define table relationships Take a look at each table, and then determine how the data in one table is related to the data in the other table. How to add a field to a table, or create a new table to identify various relationships clearly. To adjust the design. Analyze your design for errors, create a table and add sample data records a few records to see if you can get the results you want from your table or modify the design as needed. RulesNormalization. Use rules Normalization information to see if your tables are structured correctly or not. Design modifications if necessary. Defining the purpose of the database. It is good practice to write the purpose of the database on paper you expect to use the database, and who is going to use, for example, for a small database for business, family, you 16

59 might write that "your customer database is stored customer information for the purpose of issuing letters and reports." If a more complex database, or multiple users, as happened frequently in the organization. The objective may be as long as a paragraph or a paragraph and should be able to tell who is using the database, or? The idea is that to write well, that compose a mission statement can then be used to refer to any design process. Having these notes will help you concentrate on aim when you make a decision in the case. Find and organize the information you need. To find and organize the information you need to start with your existing data first. For example, you might record purchase orders in the account or customer information stored in paper form in a document file to compile these documents and lists the type of data (for example, each channel that you fill in the form) If you don't have any forms, imagine instead that the hotel.napalming out the form for recording customer information, do you think you will enter this information into the form, you will create a box for the filling?, identify and write down each of these items. For example, suppose that you keep a list of customers in a card index to survey these index cards in a card that may contain information about the customer name, address, city, State, zip code and phone number, you can use these entries each. To create a column in a table while you are preparing this list. Do not be worried that it will have to be perfect the first time, each distribution list as you may think. If there is another person. Using this database, try to ask for opinions from people they see, you can adjust the list more complete later in the next stage. Consider the type of report or mailing address that you want to create using the database. For example, you might. Want to report. Sales of products to show sales by region or an inventory summary report that displays the inventory level. In addition, you may also want to create a form letter for publication to the customer in order to. Sales activities or offer special deals to design this report in mind, imagine how the report will look? You will enter the information in the report, what should I write down each item and then do the same for the other letters, forms, and reports that you think will be created. 17

60 When you think about the report and send the mail you want to create, it allows you to specify the items that you want to include in your database. For example, suppose you open the chance the customer can obtain or request to cancel to get the latest information by on a regular basis, and you want to print a list of customers that want to subscribe to information. To save the data, you add a column to "send an " in the customer table, and you can set the field to ' Yes ' or' No ' to each customer requirements to send text. is an to another that must be saved when you know that a customer wants to receive messages, you will need to know the address for sending messages. So you want to save your address for each customer. It is reasonable to create a prototype of the report results list, and then determine whether any items for which you want to create a report. For example, when you check mail form might make what many may think, for example, if you want to include a proper salutation. You must create a list of strings starting with a greeting salutation, "you" or "Mr.", "Mrs." or "Ms." and you might start with a typical letter. " Dear Mr. sittichai " instead of" you", or "Dawn's light classical sittichaidear Mr. Smith" instead of Dear Mr. Sylvester Smith" as follows. It knows that it should keep the name with the last name separate keynote to remember is that you should break the data into the smallest parts useful in the case of a name, to make the extension available, you should break the name into two parts is a name with an extension, for example, to sort on. Order by last name. This breakdown allows the customer's last name is stored separately. In General, if you want to sort, search, Calculate or report based on one entry information, you should store them in their own fields, try to think of a question that you want the database to answer. For example, there is a list of featured products that close the sales line has a few last month. Your best customers live anywhere who sells products that sold well most of you to think of these questions in advance will help you not have to add an entry to the record after collecting this data, you are ready for the next step Change data items into columns To customize the columns in the table, determine what information you want to track about a subject that is recorded in a table, for example, for the customer table columns: name, address, zip code, , salutation and address will be the default column entry that each 18

61 record in a table contains the same set of columns. Therefore, you will be able to store information, name, address, zip code, , salutation and address for each record. For example, in a column that already contains data, the customer's address. Each record contains information about one customer, and the address field contains the address of the customer, when you define a default set of columns for each table. You can update the list columns. for example, it is good to keep the customer name, separated into two columns: name and surname, so that you can sort. Search or indexing of those columns. Similarly, Actually, that is a separate component, consisting of 5 parts is house number Street city, State, zip code, and country/region, and it deserves to be kept as separate columns. For example, if you want to perform the search, filter, or sort by, you need to use data stored in another province, which is different from the haknok column, you should consider whether the database will contain only the data that comes from domestic sources alone or store data. Coming from foreign sources, for example, if you plan to store international addresses. You should have a column of the region instead of the State column, because it can save both States within countries and regions of the country/region, zip/postal code other than the proper state ID if you plan to keep the foreign address information with the following list shows a few tips in your column definitions do not include data from the calculation. In most cases, you should not store the results of a calculation in a table, but you canaccess it when you want to view results. For example, suppose there is a report of the products ordered, which displays the subtotal of the order. For each type of product in the database. However, there will be no column subtotals for the number of the purchase order in the table, but the products table contains the column number of the purchase order, which filed a number of units of each product in order to Access such data will be used to calculate a subtotal when you print reports in each time, and the subtotal itself should not be stored in the table. Storage in the smallest logical parts You may want to have one field for the full name or the product name along with the product details. If you enter more than one type of data into one field into the field will make it difficult to retrieve each type comes out later, Let's break down the information into a logical unit, 19

62 subordinate, such as a Specific information for the name, and another one for an extension or for a product name, category, and description, when you update a column in each table. You are ready to choose the primary key of each table. Specifying the primary key Each table should contain a column or set of columns that uniquely identify each row. In a table, which is often a unique identification number, such as a number or employee ID number for commercial products terminology database. This information is called the primary key of the table that Access uses primary key fields to link data from multiple tables quickly and then put them back together. If you already have a unique identifier for a table, such as product ID, which identifies the products in your catalog, you can use the unique identifier is the primary key of the table. But there are conditions that the value in this column may not be the same for every record you cannot have duplicate values in a primary key. For example, do not use the name of the person as a primary key because the name can be repeated is easy, you have two people who are of the same name in the same table. A primary key must contain a value. If the value of the column is unknown or does not exist (missing values) cannot be used as part of the primary key. You should choose the primary key value does not change. In a database that uses more than one table. The primary key of the table can be used as a reference in the other table. If the master key is changed. The changes will affect all the key reference. The use of primary keys that are not changed will reduce the chance that a primary key may not change to match the other tables that refer to the primary key. Often there will be a unique number is used as the primary key. For example, you might assign the purchase order number that is unique to each order. The only purpose of this purchase order, the blanket order line number is specific to the individual purchase orders. When it is defined. This number will not change. If you do not have a column or set of columns in the primary key might be better, then, consider using a column whose data type is AutoNumber data type when you use theautonumber programaccess will be configured for you automatically. This identifier has no meaning do not have the facts, describing the specified row. The identifier has no meaning, this will be used as a primary key because they do not have to 20

63 change the value. A primary key that contains facts about a row For example, a telephone number or a customer name is likely to change because of the fact itself may change RulesNormalization. You can use the rules ofnormalization (sometimes referred to simply asthe rules in the next stage of Normalization) of a design you can use these rules to see if your tables are structured correctly or not. These rules apply to the process of designing a database is called Normalizing the databasenormalization. Normalization is most useful after you have listed all the information and preliminary design. The idea is to help you make sure that you have divided your information items into the appropriate table what Normalization is done to verify that you have all the correct information from thestart You usenormalization to, respectively, in each step to make sure that your design meets what's known as "normal" by regular model thatis widely accepted, there are5 forms, that is, the usualformat that one until the fifth regular model, this article covers the usualformat of three model first because it is a must have for the design of thedatabase, most of the time. The normal format. The normal format is one that Specifies that all the rows and columns where each field in the table to store a single value, not a list of values. For example, you cannot have a field named ' price ' is a price more than one price store. If you try to think where the intersection of a row and column is a cell, each cell must store a single value only. The second normal form The normal force that the two formats each column that is not a primary key must be key to all, not just part of the primary key. This rule is used when you have a primary key that consists of more than one column. For example, suppose you have a table containing the following columns, ID, purchase order, and the product key is a primary key. 1. ID purchase orders (primary key). 2. the product number (primary key) 3. product name. 21

64 This design violates second normal form, because the name ofthe product depends on the product number, but do not depend on theorder ID, so it does not depend on the primary key. You must remove the product name from the table because it is of a different table (products).. Third normal form The normal format of the third force that not only non-key column must depend on all of the primary key. But the column is not a key must be free from each other. Explain the non-key columns must depend on all the primary key and the primary key must be based on one thing only. For example, suppose you have a table containing the following columns 1. product number (primary key) 2. the name 3. retail price 4. discounts Assuming a discount depending on the retail price. This table violates third normal form because that is the key, not a discount depending on the retail price, which is not a key column. Column independence means that you should be able to change a column that is not a key without affecting the other column. If you change the value in the field of retail price. A discount will change as well, and is therefore in breach of rule. In this case, the discount should be moved to another table, which has a retail price is key. 3.System Design Site Map Sitemap :site map site map panel, or thesitemap in your Web site will need to describe the entire structure of the site. So as to create a good relationship and further Search Engine (Google, Yahoo) and the general user with which thesitemap is to include thelink, all within the Web site, this page is just a single page. This type ofsitemap. This will give you understand before whysitemap Sitemap needs to be categorized, and then took what was decided in theclassification. - Why thesitemap has to be categorized. 22

65 Note that this must be split, because a good website shouldersearch Engine Sitemap,soared and general users to read, so it makes a good Web site should have asitemap on both formats. - Remove what is decided in the classification. Normally, if we want to create good relations and PR. Search Engine, we will need to make thesitemap of the language, we are in the form ofxml, which makesbot orspider 'search Engine can read and understand that thespian example ofsitemap Sitemap inthe formatxml that is valid. The benefitsofsitemap in websites The benefits from thesitemap in thesearch Engine, it will help increase the Oka, soindex, more than ever, and on the part of the users, it will be in the form of recognition, the entire structure of the Web site. In this section of the Web site, the user should have a button to Link to the pagesitemap on a point that can be seen easily. 4. System Design, Story Board Many people may fear that they will not make a gooddraw Storyboard.Do not. Not true at all, because drawing a Storyboard is just a simple drawing. The aim is to convey the idea (idea), or the idea that images should come out on movie screens. To write a story board (Storyboard) differs from the cartoon or drawing pictures that highlight the beauty of art is the rough sketch. The objective to create an animated cartoon, the movie sector, advertising, documentaries, etc. in consideration of camera angles, there can be no dialogue or dialogue, captions, or there may be no captions, and is composed of: music. Natural sounds or other sounds. Storyboard is to write a slide to create a moving picture in your Wi-Fi Multimedia(multimedia) or multimedia means that many of the media's use of the media in multiple formats, including text, audio. Picture or animation to define guidelines, manufacturer team understand going in the same direction in the movie is animated. Keypad assignment guidelines, the manufacturer team understand going in the same direction in the filming as the various forms of animation including short advertising films motion picture movies. Cartoon movie. Documentary or even make contributions by expressing the continuity of the story. The purpose of the study is to Storyboard narrative story sequences. The camera angle is not necessarily just more detailed critical 23

66 elements, such as telling the character position relative to the other characters and scenes, the camera angle shade (rough) is to frame a picture of ket (Shot).Various 5. Design system Prototype The prototype(prototype) is a system that works, not just an idea on paper, but it is thought to have been developed under the assumption of a new system may be compared to a system with a computer as a basis consisting of programs that receive data. Has the process of calculating, printing, and display the results.? What kind of a template. 1. The selection of the type of raft (Patched Up )-Prototype is a template that was created by a section. Allows the user to see an overview of the entire system that can do, but you still cannot bring each part work. 2.Tthe template is unable toperform the actual (Prototype Nonoperational) is a template that was created to test the impact of some of this template creates a place to write program code, users see only a portion of the input and output request may not have been part of the process, that is, will not be part of the process. 3. A template that uses only a single section (First-Of-A-Series Prototype) as a template, which is like a pilot template, the user has used in part to various effects. Before using the real system full to have minimal impact. For example, in a company with multiple network has prepared the computer system up to check out an item that is purchased by a company just before trial. 4. The selected part of the template (Prototype), Select Features may create templates in some but not all of which will help to create a system that simplifies complex. In the case generated by the system in the system menu, with many items such as 5is to add entries, remove entries, edit the list to find a list ofitems that we can allow users to use only the3best beforeis to add items to a list and then editing systems to continuously during thetest using a template. Guidelinesforphenotypic development of protocols 24

67 Step1: split the big system, a child is a difficult system analysts will make operating system up in the phenotypic once. Therefore, System analyst. Separate parts of the system that are necessary to perform phenotypic textual ones to make it easier to manage and analyze. Step2: create a complete phenotypic protocols as soon as possible in the development of work system often has a gap of time between user requirements study of the system and the installation of a new system that has developed so successfully. That gap is itself often rarely has anyone regardless of changesusers of the system may occur at any time. Step3 must be flexible in order to make the protocols this phenotypic flexibility refers to operating a phenotypic will be able to edit and change. Revisions should help make the system work, closer to the needs of users of the system. Step 4.Pull the system user to join in order to post a comment. This step is very important because the preparation of protoplasts phenotypic aims to try to make the design and development of the system is based on the real needs of the user. If the user is part of the system that are not appropriate. Systems analyst should edit system protocols allow users to phenotypic considering again whether the requirement is met or not. The role of system users who have continued to perform phenotypic protocols. 1. Try operating phenotypic. In trial protocols phenotypic instructions how to use it very little. By analyzing the system will let users experiment system using protoplasts phenotypic yourself. In studying the reaction of the users towards ones phenotypic. What would be a good analyst. The changes stem from the concept of system users should be recorded and a copy provided to the team so that everyone gets to know the data and the situation has changed at all times. - Display light ones on phenotypic concepts. In this section, it is difficult to make the comment system user or a real sense of fear that is going to affect system analyst. That this would depend on the mood, and the rest of the system, analysts said, would make the system user trust ourselves, how much less. - Make recommendations to improve the editing protocols phenotypic. 25

68 If the user thinks that the system should be extended or eliminated for certain stages of the system. Systems analyst should show willingness to listen Opinions and advice with their respective causes and needs of the users system. Advantages of phenotypic protocols 1.System analyst can change the system during the process of development. The protocols are applied to phenotypic template system will completely depend on the dedication of the system users that will give instructions that are used to fix the system, to be able to meet actual needs, so. An attempt to fix the system from very early he will surely help save more than expenses. An attempt to modify the system works after that have developed to the finish. 2. System analyst can eliminate unnecessary systems. In the process of gathering the user's system. If the user, system, and analysts believe that the system is operating, what phenotypic unwanted, they can cancel, but very early in any system with development mistakes. To cancel it rather wasted 3. System analyst can design systems to suit the needs of the user system. To make operating a phenotypic as keeping track of the needs of the user the system is constantly evolving. Enables analysts to design systems, more wrong. We also can design systems allow for future widening. The disadvantages of doing ones phenotypic 1. Difficult to project management, although the analysts agree that the editing protocols is essential for phenotypic development system. However, editing ones phenotypic unlimited would pose a problem to the project management. (Project management), the entire project. 2. System analyst, system that may work.. Sometimes, if the user accept the operating system as well as phenotypic, system analysts understand the distractions that phenotypic ones. There is no need to review anything again and the protocols to the phenotypic templates in the system design. In a period of time. The system comes installed from this concept may cause disappointment to many. Because the operating system is not complete without phenotypic but 26

69 just to remove some key functions, the user. The trial system. The remainder of the system users still do not know, do not see the To install the system. When analysts have been through the process of analysis and design system, which is a major step 2 already. The system has been developed and tested, as well as from the team until he was confident that the system will be able to perform properly and respond to the needs of the user. The next step is the process of installing the system (system implementation). Planning to install the system. - Software that is installed. In this part of the software installation, we are interested in only what must be installed to the user, and what to do in order to successfully install the. In this step, the system will take into consideration whether analysts what they will need to be installed. Analysts will be required to make the scheme a written installation and distribution of duties and responsibilities to a team and sharing meeting again before you take a plan into practice. Planning to install the system. 1. install immediately or directly. 2. a parallel installation. 3. install baebotyoi into 4. install the module on a camping holiday ones phenotypic. 5. install the distribution. The installation immediately or directly. Refers to the date. The old system will be cancelled and the system will start operating immediately. This installation will be output only if the system has been tested severely before being installed. In addition, this feature is also installed on the events that define the system installation delays and will affect the company or business users. In some way the installation immediately caused by the force of the Government. Parallel installation. 27

70 Means that the old system is still operating on the new system at the same time, this approach would be the most popular nowadays, but it's likely to be reduced because this method is optimal when the old system is a system that uses people. While the new system is a computer system by the two systems, the system will be parallel for a period of time so that you can compare that result from the chime. Once the results have been verified as valid over time. The old system will be canceled out a new system only. Install baebotyoi into It includes an array of2 first immediately parallel and together. This way, over time, bring some of the new system, which could be a sub system to replace a portion of the original work. That way, the rate of error is less than instant installation. By the impact of the bug is found in a limited control.. To install the module on a camping holiday ones phenotypic. Is to remove the main protocols used by phenotypic held separate smaller module is then blended with the how to install baebotyoi by user test system using that module continue operating as phenotypic until the module is a module which is completed and accepted by the system user come from actual operations, which will help reduce the problems are not familiar with the system to users. Distributed Installation The system was installed, with a branch for more than1of any Bank, for example, by installing forthe first time in one of the branches is made by one of the methods in the4way first, and then when the installation is complete inthe first branch, and test, then continue installation in other branches. Monitoring system installation scheme. 1. the training of system users can help the analyst now with the system, that is, systems analyst should consider whether there might be some system users can probably help you. 2. Save the test systems analyst should check the save system test again to make sure hat the system has been tested and corrected. 28

71 3. check the list of software that is essential to the system. Analysts will want to check the list of software that can be used alongside the systems that will need to be fully installed, and the scheme has sufficient installation details. 4. the audit work plan to set up a file and saving the data in the system installation plans must contain details of the establishment of a data file and a database with information. In that case, it must be saved to a file or database, you must specify a name for the scheme. Responsible for the recording, clearly. 5. Installation Guide to install the system, especially systems that need to use external software is required, installation manual. To be used for system installation guide installation will need to identify the necessary things that are required to install. The installation of the system must be made in writing, which includes tasks that must be done will be done and who is responsible for the overall planning system installation must be presented to the Executive prior to approval. Monitoring and evaluation installation. 1. technical audit (technical audit). As a check to compare the global system has been deployed on a test range in the State that there is a difference, however, is to ensure that the system continues to perform incorrectly. 2. assessment of the opinions of the users system.. When the new system was implemented the system user should be given a chance to evaluate it as good or bad? Whether it's the documentation or the display on the monitor, both input and output. An easy-to-use system's accuracy. Systems analyst should let users fully review system so that it can be revised. It is also a lesson to be applied in the development of a new system of analysis and system analysts. 3. evaluation of official opinions. When the technical inspection and evaluation reviews of system users have completed successfully. In this episode, as well as systems analysts team up to get the official evaluation (formal) for the work by a team considered is composed of a team of system analysts. System users and representatives from the administration, phai. 29

72 2.5 tools used in the development of a new system. 1. Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 program as another program t j is designed to be used in dealing with documents that are used for creating Web page chasing inthe past if you are creating a Web page, depending on the individual Web pages, people with knowledge of the languagehtml is to write code (Code), but today the programmacromedia Dreamweaver 8 to create the command codes to the user, which the user does not need to have knowledge of the language.html because the programmacromedia Dreamweaver 8 will have features similar to a program to print the document that we have used and well known meaning it will have the tools and the command bar, we choose touse it as aword Processor, so you can make a Web page with ease and fast. To activate the program After you install a program on your computer. The program can be activated as follows: dial button m Start with v works:. -ClickStart on the taskbar. -Select the command>> Macromedia Dreamweaver8 >> Programs invoked via an icon on the desktop. Fig 2.8 Accessing the programmacromedia Dreamweaver 8 -If you have created the icon formacromedia Dreamweaver 8 on the pasa Sok Tauupdate doubleclick the icon. Thehighlight of the programmacromedia Dreamweaver 8. -The program will convert thecode ashtml automatically, so users who do not have this knowledge, it can be done. 30

73 - Bar tools or built-in Word in controlling the work divided into categories, thus helping in anthem works better and faster. - Support for Thai-language Web page as well. -Contains properties that can be manipulated with the motion picture without having to reverse their Plug-in. -Can be activated from outside by kanimpho fromtext File. - Is a program that can supportcss (Style Sheet Cascading) -Have the ability to makedrop Down Menu as well as to make the image change when themouse pointer is. Thecapabilities ofmacromedia Dreamweaver 8. - Thai Web pages -I know the various functionsof amacromedia Dreamweaver 8. To define a to be used in creating Web pages Thai. Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 program written to comfort. To create a Web page, because there are ways to use the same program to Microsoft Office menu, allowing the user to choose, then the program will convert ashtml, which is a language for writing Web pages. Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 program was designed to be used with all your Web pages and be able to choose the font. As with the systems business program Macromedia Dreamweaver 8to mawi works in theencoding as a standard is the only character (Unicode),which will provide more facilities that do not need to install additional software is the same as the old version identifier, but in what language must be used with a code (Encoding) for a program with so that will be no problem. Because of the Thai language, the letters then a very mildiao side is causing the problem, sometimes to read Thai language does not, so before you begin to create a Web page with the program Macromedia Dreamweaver 8.It must be assigned a code (Encoding) so that this Web page can read Thai language, is there a way to assign tomacromedia Dreamweaver 8, read this thread: Thai language.. 31

74 1.Select the menu command bar, selectmodify, and then select theproperties Page ( or you can choose the button Properties Page on the hotel ChanelProperties Inspector). 2. then, select the section of thetitle/encoding. Thechannel Encoding,choose Thai (Windows) 3. then clickok Fig2.9Configuring Figure2.8the components of a programdreamweaver 8 1. The title bar (Title Bar) displays the name of the data file 2. The command bars (Menu Bar) are best stored commands that run in Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 3. StripDocument Tool Bar is used in a Web page, as ofthat time, such as changing the view in the view page 4. StripInsert Bar is a tool that was used to create the different elements in a Web page, which contains the tool kit8sets 5. The design area (Document Window) is used to provide the content and elements of the Web page contains a view of working with model 3: Design, Code, andcode and Design. 6. The status bar (Status Bar) is available that shows the status of the program at that time windowproperties as part ofthe command that is used to define properties of elements that we want to change, or decoration 32

75 7. The Panel Group is a groupof Control Panel, which is used instead of the command and the database 8. Adobe Photoshop CSprograms the full name of the program that isused for photo retouching, photo editor, change the file type or shrink many people may have heard the term image Retouch, which means in the same concept. The program Photoshop, this program can be considered as the best and most used for editing images, it is called a talking digital pictures. Program Adobe Photoshop must be discussed Fig2.10Adobe Photoshop cs3 program page We can learn how to useadobe Photoshop, this by itself is able to make decorative photo picture easily in various formats at the same time, it is indispensable toinsert text into an image, and, as with theadobe Photoshop program is continually evolving, need to learn commands, understand, but when you learn, need to learn commands, but understood. When you learn how to use the commands in the old version. The basic capabilities ofadobe Photoshop that should know 1. Decorative or editing some pictures or so-calledcrop image. 2. Change the color of an image from one color is the color one. 3. Be able to draw a picture, or freestyle rectangle with circles or create an image freely. 4. The image is divided into layers aslayer can move the image. 5. Grip makecloning images or pictures of champ in the same picture. 6. Enter additional texteffect. 7. Brush or brushthasisamarot select the format was successful in creating the image. 33

76 The programadobe Photos cape( Photo sakhep) Wedding pictures are easy to use and offers tools for image summary is a free program. The program has small size does not exceed the resources of the machine, like any other image program is a program that originates from countries Korea, hopefully in the future we will be able to use the program that originates from the Thai nation. The first version of the developer to develop a language the language menu is available now in Korea, but many others, including the Thai language with, it makes it easier. Fig2.11 The programphotos cape vnn3d5 -Viewer: for viewing an image file or slideshow. -Editor: in this part of theprogram,photoscape is a tool for image editing, image resize, adjust light, Insert effect, frame, picture, and soon. -Batch editor: as the photo image editing can be made to group multiple images with a single click from the menupage: programs. Photos cape is also able to take multiple pictures. The picture comes as there are so many formats. -Combine: combine multiple images in both vertical and horizontal. -Animated GIF: can make animationgif animation from the programphotos cape. -Print: the programphotos cape features and easy-to-print formats in standard and custom forms.. -Screen Capture: it can take picture of your computer screen by the program Photos cape.same. -Color Picker: the color value can be found in the menu that will catch the colors that we are equipped with the image. -Rename: change photo filenames in our bulk. -Raw Converter: convertraw to a graphic filejpg. 34

77 LanguagePHP stands for "Personal Home Page" Tool is aserver side script that has worked at the side of a computerserver, which is the format used to write thecommand will resemble the language Perl, or language. C and can be used in conjunction with language HTML effectively, which will make programming on the Website makes it easier. Fig2.12Server-side script The image is a work of Web pages that embed the script languagephp (for a file calledphp) when the Web browser requests a filephp file which the Web server runs thephp engine to translate. ( Interpret) and process commands contained in a file that PHP can extract data from a database or write information to a database. After that, the results in HTML format ( and browser-side scripts such asjavascript client-side) is returned to the browser, the browser will display ahtml that is derived, which surely does not have a command of any PHP remains because it was translated to and processed by </b.29. the PHP server-side engine >. notice that the browser works. In this case, no different from the case of chotronmada Web page that was previously discussed at all, because what is done is the browser requests a file from a Web server, and then wait to get results back, and then display the differences really are at work on the server side, in which case this Web page (PHP files) will be through our. Processing before instead of being sent to a browser as PHP script to embed it in a Webpage allows us to create Web pages dynamic, which means that the Web page contains subject matter or look altered each time that a user opens a view based on criteria such as user-submitted data (through form.html '), the data in the database, andphp scripting language such as thecommands are stored in a file called script (the script) and time of use require a translator, for example, the set of commands of the language sokri, such asjavascript, Perl, etc. Features of the PHP scripting language that is different from 35

78 the others is that PHP has been developed and is designed to use in creating documents,html content, or you can integrate it automatically, so itsaysphp is a language called server-side. HTML-embedded scripting language is one of the important tools that allow us to create adynamic HTML effectively, and have a ball playing more becausephp is not part of theweb Server, so if you are using PHP, you would see before that theweb server can then use the script PHP? for example, PHP can be used with the Apache Web Server and Personal Web Server (PWP) for the operating system. Windows 95/98/NT, in the case ofapache we can use PHP in two formats: as acgi andapache Module differences is that if using PHP as a module, PHP will be part of theapache, or as an extension of working sure enough that sesame seeds. Faster product ID. as CGI, because if it is acgi. The translation of the PHP command set is treated as just an external program whichapache will need to get up and work every time 12 I want to use PHP. If you look in terms of performance The use of PHP as a module ofapache will work with the rights to more than. 2.6The relevantproject documents. Teaching materials systemofusing database programms-access To make a Web site,e-learning subjects using a database programms-access 2010can be used on a network, andcan meet the needs of users is complete. The project E-Learning has prepared teaching materials so that people learn to program database. MS-Access 2010 is very easy to get to know theprogram database, know how to use and apply in everyday life. Microsoft Access 2010 emphasizes simplicity by comes with ready-to-use templates that you can put to use immediately. There are also a powerful tool that can manage the job has always been, even if the data is more, Access Allows you to take advantage of the information.even if you are not a database expert. In addition, Access to a Web-based database, which is a new feature that allows more efficient data usage. Makes it possible to track, report, and share information with others. You will be able to access your data as easy as running a Web browser that is used on a regular basis. 36

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80 Figure 3.1 Context Diagram User Test Answer User Info Username/Pssword User Info lessons Test Scores 0 E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 Test Lessons Admin Info Admin/Pssword Admin Info lessons Tests Scores Admin 3.1 Design Context Diagram and Data Flow Diagram Design by the computer system Chapter 3 37

81 3.1.1 Data Flow Diagram Level 1 Admin Info Admin Student Student Info User, Password 1 Register Student Admin Info D1 D2 Student Info Admin Info User, Password Admin Admin Student User, Password 2 Login Student Info Admin Info D1 Student Info D2 Admin Info Detail Admin Student Lesson 3 Lesson Lesson Detail D3 Admin Detail Student Test 4 Test and Total Test Total D4 D5 Test Total Fig. 3.2 Data Flow Diagram Level 1

82 DFD Level 2 Process 1 Admin Info Admin Student Student Info User, Password 1.1 Register Student D1 Student Info Admin Info D2 Admin Info Fig. 3.3 DFD Level 2 Process 1 39

83 DFD Level 2 Process 2 User, Password Admin Admin Student User, Password 2.1 Login Student D1 Student Info Admin Info D2 Admin Info Fig DFD Level 2 Process 2 40

84 DFD Level 2 Process 3 Detail Admin Student Lesson 3.1 Lesson Lesson D3 Detail Fig DFD Level 2 Process 3 41

85 DFD Level 2 Process 4 Detail Admin Student Test 4.1 Test and Total Test D4 Test Total D5 Total Fig. 3.6 DFD Level 2 Process 4 42

86 3.2Design System Flow Chart and Program Flow Chart 1. System Flow Chart Start Login Find Member's information. Yes NO Subscribe Display data members Stop Figure 3.7 System Flow Chart 43

87 2. Program Flow Chart Start Register Login Show web site Lesson Test About us Content Test Lesson Admin N Score Y Show Save Stop Figure 3.8 Program Flow Chart 44

88 3.3 Design Entity Relationship Diagram ER-Diagram. First Name Last Name User_Password Phone User-Name Address Id_Mem Stadent Birthday BE M TEST N ID_TEST Questions Answer Figure. 3.9ER-Diagram 45

89 3.3.2 Data Dictionary. Attibute Description Type Key Reference ID_Mem ID_Mem Int(11) PK. User_ID Username varchar(30) User_Password Password Text FirstName Name Text LastName Last Name Text Birthday Birthday Text Address Address Text Phone Phon Text Text Table3.1 tb_member Table Attibute Description Type Key Reference ID_Test AnswerID Int(5) PK Questions Questions Text Answer Answer Text ID_Mem ID_Mem Int(11) FK Table3.2 tb_test Table 46

90 3.4 Site Map and Story Board 1. Site Map Index Login Home Lesson Test Register About Us Introduction Chapter 1 Test 1 Manipulator Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure Site Map 47

91 2.Story Board Welcome to My Website Enter to Website Login Figure. 3.11Story Board #1 Index LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Username Password Login Figure. 3.12Story Board #2 Login 48

92 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Figure. 3.13Story Board #3 Home OLO GOL Banner me esson Test Register Banner xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 4Chapter 4 Chapter 5 6Chapter 6 Preamble Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 11Chapter 11 Figure. 3.14Story Board #4 Chapter1 49

93 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 2 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.15Story Board #4 Chapter2 LOG Banner HomeHomeHo LessonLessonL Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 3 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.16Story Board #4 Chapter3 50

94 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 4 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.17Story Board #4 Chapter4 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.18Story Board #4 Chapter5 51

95 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 6 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.19Story Board #4 Chapter6 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.20Story Board #4 Chapter7 52

96 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 8 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.21Story Board #4 Chapter8 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 9 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.22Story Board #4 Chapter9 53

97 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 10 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.23Story Board #4 Chapter10 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 11 Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Figure. 3.24Story Board #4 Chapter11 54

98 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 1 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.25Story Board #5 Test 1 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 2 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.26Story Board #5 Test 2 55

99 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 2 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.27Story Board #5 Test 3 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 2 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.28Story Board #5 Test 4 56

100 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 5 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.29Story Board #5 Test 5 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 6 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.30Story Board #5 Test 6 57

101 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 7 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Figure. 3.31Story Board #5 Test 7 Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 8 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.32Story Board #5 Test 8 58

102 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 9 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.33Story Board #5 Test 9 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 10 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.34Story Board #5 Test 10 59

103 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Test 1 Test 2 Test 3 Test 4 Test 5 Test 6 ช อ นามสก ล Test 11 XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXX Submit Test 7 Test 8 Test 9 Test 10 Test 11 Figure. 3.35Story Board #5 Test 11 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us ช อ-นามสก ล ท อย Password Submit Figure. 3.26Story Board #6 Register 60

104 LOG O Banner Home Lesson Test Register About Us Abouts??? xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Figure. 3.27Story Board #7 Abouts Us 61

105 3.5 Input Data,Output Data Input Data 1.Member User name Password Firstname Lastname Birthday Address Phone 2.Test System Test ID Question Answer 3.5.2Output Design 1. Member System Registry System Login System 2. Test System Test Repo 62

106 Contents Page Approved A Abstract B Acknowledgement C Introduction D Contents E List of pictures G List of table J Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Background Information Objective The Scope of the study ExpectedResults Time schedule for completing project Tools Budget 4 Chapter 2 Systems and theories 2.1 The Current System System of teaching through the site Teaching System through the Web site Major use of database 6 Program MS-Access 2010 Website design principles9 2.4Analysis of the Requirements for the New System tools used in the development of a new system The relevant project documents 36 Chapter 3 Design by the computer system 3.1 Data Flow Diagram Level Design System Flow Chart and Program Flow Chart Design Entity Relationship Diagram Site Map and Story Board 47 E

107 Contents (cont.) Page 3.5 Input Data, Output Data 62 Chapter 4 E-Learning for database and systems MS-Access Tools and Equipment used The Programs used in the Development Installation of the program system The Steps to Use the System 70 Chapter 5 Summary of the project 5.1 Summary of the Project Problems and difficulties during developing the System Actual Time Schedule Actual Budget 81 Appendix ATC ATC ATC ATC ATC Reference 87 Biography 88 F

108 List of Pictures Page Fig 2.1 Flow Chart Current System 5 Fig2.2 The range of color images 8 Fig2.3 A clear image 8 Fig2.4 Sample logo 10 Fig 2.5TheVarious Tools 10 Fig 2.6The Various Tools 11 Fig 2.7The Property inspector 12 Fig 2.8 Accessing the program Macromedia Dreamweaver 8 30 Fig 2.10Adobe Photoshop cs3 program page 33 Fig2.11 The program Photos cape vnn3d5 34 Fig2.12 Server-side script 35 Fig 3.1 Context Diagram 37 Fig 3.2 Data Flow Diagram Level 1 38 Fig 3.3 DFD Level 2 Process 1 39 Fig 3.4 DFD Level 2 Process 2 40 Fig 3.5 DFD Level 2 Process 3 41 Fig 3.6 DFD Level 2 Process 4 42 Fig 3.7 System Flow Chart 43 Fig 3.8 Program Flow Chart 44 Fig 3.9ER-Diagram 45 Fig 3.10 Site Map 47 Fig 3.11 Story Board #1 Index 48 Fig 3.12Story Board #2 Login 48 Fig 3.13Story Board #3 Home 49 Fig 3.14 Story Board #4 Chapter1 49 Fig 3.15 Story Board #4 Chapter2 50 Fig 3.16 Story Board #4 Chapter 50 G

109 List of Pictures (cont.) Page Fig 3.17Story Board #4 Chapter4 51 Fig 3.18Story Board #4 Chapter5 51 Fig 3.19 Story Board #4 Chapter6 52 Fig 3.20Story Board #4 Chapter7 52 Fig 3.21Story Board #4 Chapter 53 Fig 3.22Story Board #4 Chapter9 53 Fig 3.23 Story Board #4 Chapter10 54 Fig 3.24 Story Board #4 Chapter11 54 Fig 3.25 Story Board #5 Test 1 55 Fig 3.26 Story Board #5 Test 2 55 Fig Story Board #5 Test 3 56 Fig 3.28Story Board #5 Test 4 56 Fig 3.29Story Board #5 Test 5 57 Fig 3.30 Story Board #5 Test 6 57 Fig 3.31 Story Board #5 Test 7 58 Fig 3.32Story Board #5 Test 8 58 Fig 3.33 Story Board #5 Test 9 59 Fig 3.34 Story Board #5 Test Fig 3.35Story Board #5 Test Fig 3.26 Story Board #6 Register 60 Fig 3.27Story Board #7 A bouts Us 61 Fig 4.1 Double-click the red circled file to install App Serv Fig 4.2 Install App Serv 64 Fig 4.3 License Agreement 64 Fig 4.4 Selecting location for App Serv 65 Fig 4.5 The program is installed 65 Fig 4.6 Setting Server 66 Fig 4.7 Set the MySQL database password 66 H

110 List of Pictures (cont.) Page Fig 4.8 App Serv installation has been completed 67 Fig 4.9 Click start and select My Compute 67 Fig 4.10 Select drive H (Flash Drive) 68 Fig 4.11 Copy file E-learning for E-Learning for Database management form Flash Drive 68 Fig 4.12 Open drive C select App Serv www copy the project file 69 Fig 4.13 Input to website 2010/Templates/index.dwt.php 69 Fig 4.14 Index Page 70 Fig 4.15 Register Page 70 Fig 4.16 Home/ Login page 71 Fig 4.17 Page of Lesson1 71 Fig 4.18 Page of Lesson2 72 Fig 4.19 Page of Lesson3 72 Fig 4.20Lesson4 page 73 Fig 4.21Lesson5 page 73 Fig 4.22Lesson6 page 74 Fig 4.23Lesson7 page 74 Fig 4.24Lesson8 page 75 Fig 4.25Lesson9 page 75 Fig 4.26 Lesson10 page 76 Fig 4.27 Lesson11 page 76 Fig 4.28 Page of Post-Test (Question) 77 Fig 4.29 Page of Post-Test(Answer) 77 Fig 4.30Contact Us page 78 I

111 List of Table Page Table 1.1Time Schedule for completing Project 3 Table1.2Budget 4 Table3.1 tb_member Table 46 Table3.2tb_Test Table 46 J

112 ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชา โครงการ E-Learning system for Project Subject Submitted by 1. Ms Siriporn Tongpratum 2. Ms Rungporn Kanagern 3. Ms Sukanya Lampao This project is Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Graduate Diploma in Higher Vocational Education Business Computing Major Attawit Commercial Technology College Academic Year 2013

113 Abstract Topic Project ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 E-Learning for database systems MS-Access 2010 Group Members: 1.Miss Siriporn Tongpran 2.Miss Rungporn Kanagern 3.Miss Sukanya Lampao Advisor Ajarn Ohmar Thwin Ajarn Thanawut Wichai A Committee Member Ajarn Thitirut Naiyapat Subject areas Business Computing Major Institution Attawit Commercial Technology College... The database has been designed properly, will give you access to the right information and the latest information because a correct design is essential to achieve the objective in working with databases. Therefore, it is necessary to take the time to learn about the principles of good design. Therefore, we have decided to develop the E-Learning system about Access 2010 for the users who want to learn about database. Access is a tool you can use to develop a relational database application that will help you manage your data quickly and easily. You can create a database to help track any type of data, such as inventory, contact an expert. Access or business process actually comes with templates that you can use to track the various types of data on the fly, make things happen. We have chosen the Access 2010 as the subject to put in the E-learning system for database since it is easy to learn, even if you are just starting to use. Creating and designing databases using Microsoft Access 2010 which can be applied to real work. We, developers hope the learning Access 2010 with our system will get high benefit to develop the debase system in the real world. B

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115 Introduction Project documentation in this document is subject to guidelines to people who are interested in making the system database that will tell you how to use and program the various elements necessary to make the system database. Microsoft Access 2010 has been chosen to make an E-Learning system for the learners to learn about it. There are eleven lessons for the users to learn and a test for the users to evaluate their level of knowledge. This system will be useful for both teachers and learners who want to make selfstudy. The learners can learn at anytime from anywhere. This system can be used in educational area to learn about creating database system by using access After completing this project, we, developers have learnt about how to develop the E-learning system by using Dreamweaver 8, Adobe Photoshop CS3 and flash 8. And also, we have got lots of knowledge about Access Team prepared 10 February 2014 D

116 Reference Sinchai Pasenwong.(2011). Access Bangkok : Medis Access Consultants. Panchan Thanawantanasain. (2010). Create web applications with Dream Weaver CS3. Bangkok : Media Access Consultants. Visan Puarungroj.(2008). Create web applications with PHP. Bangkok : Medis Access Consultants. 87

117 Project progress Report to Advisor and Co-Advisor โครงการระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 E-Learning for database systems MS-Access 2010 Advisor Ajarn Thanawut Wichai Advisor Ajarn Ohmar Thwin Co-Advisor Ajarn Thitirat Nayyapat ATC.04 No. Job Description DD/MM/YY Advisor Co-Advisor Semester 1/ Proposed project topic and Chapter1.../.../... 2 Chapter 1documents.../.../... 3 Chapter 2documents.../.../... 4 Chapter 3documents.../.../... 5 Senddocuments and PowerPointpresentationand make the.../.../... progress presentation Semester 2/ % progress of the system.../.../ % progress of the system.../.../ % progress of the system.../.../... 9 Senddocuments and PowerPointpresentationand makethe final.../.../... presentation to defend the project 10 Submita revisedapplication(ifany).../.../ Chapter 4documents.../.../ Chapter 5documents.../.../ Submitthe completed documents.../.../ Submit CD.../.../ Payment for binding report.../.../...

118 Acknowledgement The project has been completed with the kindness of Ajan Ohmar Thwin and Ajan Thitirut Naiyapat; the advisors of this project. They provided the suggestions and during making our project. We would like to give the special thanks to two of them. And also, we would like to thank to Ajan Ditprapod Suwanasart; committee member and head of the business computer department who has approved this project and to support the preparation of making this database system. We respectfully thank to our parents and family members who gave the finical support to accomplish our project and gave encourage during our work. Another special thank to Ms.Rungporn Kanagern who helped to solve our difficulties in developing the system. Finally, we would to thank o our friends who helped idea and their times to finish our project successfully. Team prepared 10 February 2014 CฉC

119 Appendix - ATC.01 Project Title Approval - ATC.02 Request Permission to be a Project Committee Member - ATC.03 Progress Project Presentation - ATC.04 Progressive Report of Project - ATC.05 Record of Submitting Documents and program

120 ขอเสนออน ม ต ทาโครงการระบบคอมพ วเตอร ATC.01 สาขาว ชาคอมพ วเตอร ธ รก จ ว ทยาล ยเทคโนโลย อรรถว ทย พณ ชยการ ว นท 2 เด อนส งหาคม พ.ศ เร อง ขอเสนออน ม ต ทาโครงการระบบคอมพ วเตอร ธ รก จ เร ยน ประธานกรรมการพ จารณาอน ม ต ทาโครงการระบบคอมพ วเตอร ธ รก จ ข าพเจ า 1. นางสาวศ ร พร ทองประท ม รห สน กศ กษา ระด บ ปวส. 2/EP 2. นางสาวร งพร ข นเง น รห สน กศ กษา ระด บ ปวส. 2/EP 3. นางสาวส ก ญญา ลาเพา รห สน กศ กษา ระด บ ปวส. 2/EP ม ความประสงค ทาโครงการระบบคอมพ วเตอร ธ รก จ ประเภท E-Learning ช อภาษาไทย ส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 ช อภาษาอ งกฤษ E-Learning for database and systems MS-access 2010 โดยม อาจารย ท ปร กษา ค อ อาจารย ธนาว ฒ ว ช ย พร อมน ได แนบเอกสารประกอบการขอเสนอโครงการระบบคอมพ วเตอร บทท 1 จานวน 1 ช ด จ งเร ยนมาเพ อโปรดพ จารณาอน ม ต ลายม อช อ...น กศ กษา (นางสาวศ ร พร ทองประท ม) ห วหน ากล มโครงการ ผ าน ไม ผ าน ความค ดเห นคณะกรรมการ ลงช อ... คณะกรรมการ

121 ATC.01 Computer systems offer the programs Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College July 19, 2013 Subject: Computer systems offer the programs To: The committee members Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP Wishes to project site, computer systems business. Thai Name : ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name : E-Learning for database systems MS-Access 2010 Committee Members: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai This document and the proposed system first chapter of the first series. Please kindly check and approve. Signature...Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader Approve Not Approve The Board of Directors Signature... Committee Member

122 ATC Request Permission to be a Project Committee Member Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College July 12, 2013 Subject: Request Permission to be a Project Committee Member To: Ajarn Thitirat Naipat Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP Wishes to invite Ajarn Thitirat Naipat as a consultant of the project, my. The project site type " E-Learning for database and systems MS-Access " and has attached documents with the topic.we have also attached of the documents regarding the project s topic. Please kindly determine and allow. Signature...Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Signature...Student (Miss Rungporn Kanagern) Signature...Student (Miss Sukanya Lampao) Signature... Committee Member (Ajarn Thitirat Naipat )

123 Progress Project Presentation ATC.03 Major in Business Computing Attawit Commercial Technology College December 4, 2013 Subject: Progress Project Presentation to defend the project related to business computing system To: Committee members of the Board Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP We are developing the computer system with website Thai Name :ระบบส อการเร ยนการสอนผ านเว บไซต ว ชาการใช โปรแกรมฐานข อม ล MS-Access 2010 English Name :E-Learning for database and systems MS-Access 2010 Committee Members: Advisor: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin Committee Member: Ajarn Thitirat Naipat With attached materials to evaluate the project. Software 1 set Documents (Chapter1-3) 1 set Please kindly check and approve. Signature...Student (Miss Siriporn Tongpratum) Group Leader

124 Record of Submitting Documents and program ATC. 05 Page 1 Group Members: 1. Miss Siriporn Tongpratum Student Code Level 2/EP 2. Miss Rungporn Kanagern Student Code Level 2/EP 3. Miss Sukanya Lampao Student Code Level 2/EP Project Category: Website E-learning Name of Project: E-Learning for database and systems MS-Access 2010 Advisors: Ajarn Thanawut Wichai And Ajarn Ohmar Thwin Committee Member: Ajarn Thitirut Naiyapat No. Date Topics Signature Remarks

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